Frieze London is the contemporary art event of the year. In addition to being able to see and buy art by over 1,000 of the world’s leading artists, the fair features Frieze Projects, the fair’s unique, critically acclaimed programme of artist commissions and Frieze Talks, a prestigious programme of debates, panel discussions and keynote lectures. In 2014, the fair also introduced Live – a new section dedicated to ambitious performance-based installations. Frieze London is housed in a bespoke structure in The Regent’s Park. Located in the heart of London, it is within easy walking distance of the city’s West End.
An Art Deco Gem situated in the fashionable West End, Claridge's is tailor-made for those guests who favour excellent service and plush surroundings over ultra-modernist accessories.
Dorset Square Hotel is a beautiful Regency townhouse with 38 individually designed bedrooms many of which overlook the leafy, private garden square which was originally the site of Thomas Lord's first cricket ground.
There is a sumptuous ground floor guest drawing room with a fireplace and The Potting Shed bar & restaurant is open all day long. The hotel's interior has been designed by owner and design director Kit Kemp in her fresh, modern English style.
The Holiday Inn Regent's Park enjoys an excellent location in Carburton Street with the peace and quiet of the capitals best loved parks on one side and the many sights of London's West End on the other.Refurbished in 2003, the Holiday Inn Regent's Park is the sister hotel to the Holiday Inn Bloomsbury. The hotel offers fantastic modern accommodation with 330 air-conditioned bedrooms.
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A modern London hotel near Camden’s markets, with free WiFi and all-day dining in a stylish open lobby Holiday Inn® London - Camden Lock hotel is in the heart of Camden, close to its buzzing bars, restaurants and markets. Camden Tube station is four minutes' walk from the hotel, meaning it's within easy reach of West End entertainment and attractions. Euston, King's Cross and St Pancras International train stations are all a short Tube or bus ride away.
The Melia White House Hotel is located next to London's popular Regent's Park within walking distance of major shopping, theatre and tourist attractions of London. Additional facilities include the award winning L'Albufera Restaurant, the Place Restaurant with it's show-cooking and speciality grill section & Longfords Bar, offering live jazz and piano music Tuesday to Sunday.
Fascinating and ideally positioned, the St. James’s Hotel and Club is located in the heart of the West End, just a few steps from Green Park and Piccadilly. With the finest decor, the hotel welcomes artists and illustrious personalities since its birth, as a gentlemen club, in 1857.
Perfectly placed for the shops and the stores of Sloane Street and Knightsbridge, with superb facilities for dining and relaxation.
For over a hundred years the Connaught has consistently celebrated the good fortune of its priceless location, together with a coveted heritage. Today, it has benefited from a finely-tuned restoration, creating a unique, uncluttered and discreetly grand experience - resulting in the ultimate London stay for genuine connoisseurs' of luxury.
Conveniently located next door to Regent's Park, the Landmark London's bedrooms are amongst the largest in the Capital. Guest rooms reflect classic Victorian British elegance, averaging 55 square metres (592 square feet). Luxurious Suites average 110 square metres (1184 square feet) and provide exceptional convenience for the most discerning traveller.
Located in central London's Fitzrovia, The London EDITION brings together the integrity and character of a historic building with a simple, sophisticated design sensibility to create a seamless blend of charisma and ease. The hotel offers a dynamic social hub where guests and visitors can work, relax, and experience all the benefits of a home away from home. Using the building's landmarked architecture as a backdrop, Ian Schrager in conjunction with Yabu Pushelberg, has layered modern elements throughout the public spaces, bringing straightforward chic to an environment enhanced by surprising accents.
There are five star luxury hotels, and then there is The May Fair; an icon of expressive contemporary design, bringing together boutique attention to detail with grand hotel service.
The May Fair was first opened by King George V in 1927 and offers over 400 luxury hotel bedrooms, including 12 of the capital's most memorable hotel suites, a discreet spa, a fine-dining restaurant and the quintessential London Casino. The spirit of surrounding Mayfair is captured beautifully, especially in our destination May Fair Bar, breathtaking Crystal Room and opulent Danziger Suite, which between them have played host to some of London's most extravagant society events.